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Angela Merkel's chewed fingernails

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-11-07 23:19

The Chancellor's fingernails under the magnifying glass.

YUK. Still nail biting at her age?

Sure takes away from the dignity of the office.

Found at:  

https://www.facebook.com/Thank-you-Hungarians-and-Slovaks-402607363266390/

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European Union, News

“Capitalist” French mayor becomes anti-immigrant to save his city

Published by carolyn on Wed, 2015-11-04 16:13

The New York Times features an article on Robert Ménard, right, who founded Reporters Sans Frontières — Reporters Without Borders -as a passionate defender of free speech. 

Now, as mayor of Béziers, one of the oldest cities in France, he is a passionate defender of French culture and majority ... in France.

His story is a warning to all Europeans (including the American, British and Canadian variety) about what to expect when you wait too long. The Muslims who have taken over simply laugh at you.

Some excerpts from the article:

Mr. Ménard founded Reporters Sans Frontières in 1985 with friends, and until he left it in 2008, was an uncompromising defender of free speech, becoming ever more so as the years went on, and even speaking up against the law silencing French Holocaust deniers like Robert Faurisson. [and Vincent Reynouard-cy]

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Immigration, News

The Heretics' Hour: Unexpected leaders bring hope

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-26 17:23
 
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Oct. 26, 2015

Will Donald Trump be able to end the political aspirations of Hillary Clinton?

Carolyn is finding hope in Donald Trump and Lutz Bachmann during these difficult days of watching the contenders in the 2016 presidential election campaign in the US, and the free migration of a million-plus Arab and middle-eastern Muslims into Western Europe. Victor Orban also deserves a mention. Main topics:

  • Himmler's "Freedom Day" speech is being translated by Carlos Porter - please chip in your contribution;
  • Is Donald Trump just another "Jewish Show";
  • What did Trump really say about who shot down MH17;
  • Why have the PEGIDA demonstrations in Dresden clicked when elsewhere they struggle;
  • How German communities are abused by the force-dumping of foreigners into their care.

Muslim fags come to Germany for "freedom"

Published by carolyn on Sat, 2015-10-24 13:06

By Carolyn Yeager

“Now I'm in Europe, in Germany, I don't have to hide anymore,” says Rami Ktifan (2nd from left), a 23 years old student from Syria. The truth is he never did hide because he can't hide, as the story from the Washington Post reveals. He was picked on in his homeland, in his own culture, all along, which simply continued in the refugee centers in Europe. The reporter tries to tell us contradictory things. What these disgusting fags want is to be openly gay and flaunt themselves. They will join the fag culture in Germany and have a gay old time from now on, as a “protected species.” (Image: Four young refugees, who have been given an apartment in Dresden, Germany, on Oct. 15. They were taken out of official refugee shelters after facing harassment. Washington Post photo)

That, of course, won't stop the majority of the young male migrants from hating Germans, hating German culture (with it's traditional pork diet!) and setting themselves up as an oppositional force. This is as plain as the nose on everyone's face, so what are the “upper managers” of the EU thinking? Well, it's not hard to figure out.

20,000 show up for PEGIDA anniversary march, twice last week's number

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-19 19:02

20,000 protesters marched in Dresden on the one year anniversary of the first PEGIDA march in that city on Oct. 20, 2014. It was almost back to the highest number ever, which was 25,000. Enlarge

UPDATE: 3 hour video uploaded by Lutz Bachmann

I was hoping for 20,000 and the good Germans accomplished it, according to the newspaper Sächsische Zeitung (Saxon Times), on a very cold night. You could see people's breath as they spoke and chanted. Deutsche Welle used an estimate by a student statistic group "Durchgezählt" of between 15,000 to 20,000. But they would be conservative. I would like to know how many came from outside of Dresden, and even outside of Saxony. Probably quite a lot.

Merkel in panic, makes bad deal with Turkey

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-10-18 14:01

Merkel agrees to traitorous deal with Muslim Turkey to save her political skin ... she hopes.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel just made a very bad deal. Bad for Germans, bad for Europeans. 

Just 10 days ago, she reiterated her opposition to Turkey joining the European Union. Today she agreed to speed the process along in exchange for Turkey's support in steming the flow of Muslim refugees into Europe (the ones that she invited). Merkel is paying a high price for very little in return, and only because she wants to "save her face" for the time being. What kind of misguided weakling of a woman would do such a thing? Germans and other Europeans will pay the price because they voted the way their EU/globalist/jewish media masters told them to.

The failure of this woman to look after the interests of the German people, as Adolf Hitler did, is going to be legendary. She chooses instead to look after the interests of the money powers in the US and Israel. Germany will end up overrun by more Turks as well as all the newer Syrians, Afghans and Black Africans who won't stop coming because of this gift from Merkel, which Turkey has openly admitted. Erdogan didn't even bother to show up for the picture taking! Germany will become a Muslim country.

Hungary seals border with Croatia

Published by carolyn on Fri, 2015-10-16 11:43

When the long border with Croatia (Kroatien) is fenced off, that will leave only the short border with Slovenia (Slowenien) open. If/when that is also closed, it will increase the length and difficulty of the migrant's trek. (Map courtesy Spiegel Online) enlarge

Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto announced that Hungary would seal its border with Croatia at midnight. He said the EU summit in Brussels did not make progress on the refugee issue on Thursday (specifically on a plan backed by Hungary to send EU forces to block migrants from reaching Greece), leaving Hungary with the need to protect its own borders. It will install two transit zones where travelers can be checked and, if permitted, be allowed to enter at official crossing points.

9,000 take to the streets again in Dresden

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-12 19:32

Angry Germans turn out again to the Pegida-sponsored Monday rally, and Tatjana Festerling, the group's leader, called Chancellor Angela Merkel, "the most dangerous woman in Europe" and demanded she resign. Festerling ran in the Dresden mayoral election in June and garnered 10% of the vote. Good video.

Deutsche Welle, Germany's official news agency, could hardly bring itself to publish the story. They like to focus on Lutz Bachmann and his "hitler selfies" instead of the legitimate concerns of the participants. But they did publish the great picture that I have used for this post. It's quite powerful but I haven't figured out the "erica" part yet: Im Erica in place of America.

Another great picture from the rally: "They want to lynch the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor ... at least." Click pictures to enlarge

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News

In Saxony, thousands demonstrate against refugees

Published by carolyn on Mon, 2015-10-05 00:07

Banner says: Non-violent and united against wars of religion on German soil! enlarge

While Mutti Merkel is in India ...

Thousands of people took to the streets in several Saxon cities over the weekend to protest against refugees. In Sebnitz alone about 2500 demonstrators formed a "living border."

According to Der Spiegel, thousands of people have participated over the weekend in Saxony in demonstrations against refugees in the country. In Sebnitz, on the border with the Czech Republic, 2500 people gathered on Sunday afternoon by dpa-estimates: They wanted to form a "living border". The police did not have estimates of the number of participants

Mike Ruckh, mayor of Sebnitz, criticized the rally. "One may disagree on what is not working," he told the MDR. "But simple answers to difficult questions do not exist."

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Germany, Immigration, News

No more Germans, only "established residents" and "newcomers"

Published by carolyn on Sun, 2015-09-27 21:48

Hans-Georg Maassen, Germany's domestic intelligence chief, warned Sunday of a radicalisation of right-wing groups, not about the public disorder and law-breaking of migrants.

German President Joachim Gauck has warned of Germany's "finite capacity" to absorb refugees, cautioning against more "tensions between newcomers and established residents". But he's not putting up any resistance that we can notice.

No, according to the AFP he said: “Given the rapid influx," the government must now "promote the construction of apartments and build schools, hire teachers and kindergarten staff, adjust the labour market and vocational training, teach the German language and German law -- and do all of that at the same time".

Seems the government of Merkel and Gauck is in danger of resurrecting the idea of the  “Aryan Superman” with this kind of talk. It's pretty obvious, even to those less intelligent than Germans, that every nation has a finite capacity due to it's finite space and resources. Still, Domestic Spy Chief Hans-Georg Maassen acknowledged that Germany “expects” up to one million so-called migrants this year, and is doing nothing to stop them. The fact that they are 70% young, highly-sexed unmarried men is never mentioned, nor that it's commonly known that because of Chancellor Merkel's “open-door” welcoming statements, millions more Syrians and other Arabs have decided to try journeying on up to Europe.

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